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-7838 comments@captioncolorado.com >>> from washington, "the mclaughlin group," the american original. for over two decades, the sharpest minds, best sources, hardest talk. "the mclaughlin group" is brought to you by met life, guarantees for the "if" in life. ♪ [music] ♪ >>> >>> this is the key fact. we average 15 inches of snow per season. we're at 50. >> one word can describe the nation's capitol this week, paralysis. washington was smothered by two snowstorms that immobilized the district. all transportation dead. trains, subways, buses, airports, thousands of people without electricity. the city of washington is a tourist mecca, an international metropolis. it's the treasury of the nation's heritage. housing its original declaration of independence and its original constitution. and there's the national gallery, the corcoran gallery, the phillips collection, the portrait gallery, the museum of american art, the me seem of africa art and of course the multiple and preeminent smithsonian museum. among them, the her shock and national air and space museum. washington is also the home of t
washington crossing the delaware. and you probably remember there's a soldier standing behind him with the american flag in his arms. well, that soldier,.k that officer, is james monroe. and there were two symbolic reasons that the artist, john tremble placed monroe with washington as one of only two important figures in the painting. one of the only two figures standing in that boat. now, monroe didn't actually cross the delaware in the same boat as washington. but trumble put him there to show him as the great hero of the battle of trenton under washington's leadership. trumble also put monroe next to washington as to recognize him as the second greatest and second most beloved president after washington in the early years of our republic. indeed, monroe was the only president other than washington to be elected without opposition.⌞ as with washington, americans trusted and loved monroe so completely that political parties disappeared, vanished. everyone voted for monroe. and yet if you asked the average american today to identify him, he or she probably wouldn't know who mo
gwen: is washington broken and if it is, who's supposed to fix it? how an indiana senator shook up the capital. what it means for democrats, republicans and for you. tonight on "washington week." >> we've got a lot of good people in congress. put they're trapped in a dysfunctional system. gwen: if congress is indeed dysfunctional, is the answer to flee? >> i will not seek a 10th term in the united states congress this november. >> my life is taking a new direction. and i will not be a candidate for re-election this year. gwen: with the white house agenda on the ropes, the president searches for the bright side. >> one year later, it is largely thanks to the recovery act a second depression is no longer a possibility. gwen: but has the opposition finally found its voice? >> the gold medal that was won last night by american lindsey vonn has been stripped. yeah, it was determined that president obama has been going downhell faster than she has. gwen: as democrats and republicans retreat to their corners, is the middle ground forever lost? covering the week, gloria borger of cnn. alex
points above his average, 5 rebounds above his average. >> washington careless with the ball, giving up an offensive rebound here, to dwight howard. all of his 6 points coming from washington, washington with four turnovers, flip with a quick time out hope three trying to settle will these guys down. >> all six in the paint for orlando, 4 of 8 from the field. 2 minutes gone by, quarter number 1, haywood inside. he is called for traveling. tony brothers was getting ready to call goaltending but derek richardson had the traveling call on haywood. he caught the ball and moved those feet. >> that's what saunders is saying, dwight hand checked and forced him to take that extra step. >> this washington turnover, with just over 2 minutes played here -- here is vince carter inside. vince carter coming to this team from new jersey with ryan anderson forraphyer alston, tony battie, courtney lee back in june. mike miller had it taken away, that's the sixth washington turnover. >> still looking for that first field goal attempt. they turned the ball over every time. >> 6 turnovers have led to 10 or
't know what's coming out of washington. there is no consistency. if he is consistent, and follows through with the protrade agreement, unbelievably bullish. >> why not extent the bush tax cuts? the net effect of raising the top two brackets in an economy which, unlike 1993, is highly uncertain. i want flat tax reform anyway. it is a lot different today than it was as george h.w. bush had a stronger economy. >> you can't even compare today to '94, '93/'94. the economic environments are completely different. then, we were going into a huge productivity boom. it had nothing to do with government. it had to do with pent-up energy coming out of the tech sector from the '80s. we don't have that today. >> so, therefore, why not get rid of those tax hikes? let me just get this out. go away. instead of penalizing corporations that are multinational, why not get rid of that, why not get rid of the bank tax hike. say with great clarity, we are going to rip up the senate health care bill with payroll taxes and a number of other taxes, start from scratch on health care. i would like to believe preside
minutes. >> barry: he gets the first free throw. he gets them both. >> don: let's give washington state's defense some credit, too. it hasn't been that easy. they have stops. a little three-quarter court pressure here. they usually drop back into a zone out of this. we'll see what they do. they've done a nice job of mixing it up. played some zone, played some man. >> barry: randle, long tres again. he has another one. that's good for him. >> don: i'm just shocked at how deep the guys can go on the threes. that was another nba three for randle. >> barry: he'll come out here and shoot 100 of those shots three hours before the game. harthun, good three-point shooter, not this time. the rebound pulled down by the smallest man on the court, thames, he gets knocked down, no call. robertson of the bears. >> don: like the effort of washington state on glass. >> barry: long three, christopher. we talked about this being a shootout. it's been that. >> don: nice call, barry, on the shootout. threes good lore from everybody. everybody getting into the act. that time christopher and again, not an ea
. tavis: he is a noted author that serves as a senior correspondent at the washington post. his most recent book is called "damn much money." joins us from washington. it is good to have you on this program. >> it is nice to be with you. tavis: there is so much i want to get to. but i came across a ground -- a graph that i want to put on the screen and highlight a couple of things that puts into context what you were talking about in this book. this is a chart of what some of the major companies spent on lobbying in the year 2008 in the year 2009. there are a number of companies that you note on this list who have cut jobs. we are talking about companies like, connoco. i want to highlight a few things on this was. i do not know what these were lobbying about. in 2008, the u.s. chamber of commerce and $91.7 million on lobbying. look at that 2009 nenumber, $134 million in lobbying just one year later. drop down here, 20 million in 2008 and 26 million in 2009. nbc is in the toilet right now. $19 million in 2008 and $25 million in 2009. look at pfizer, 12 million in 2008 and $24 million
't know what they are doing in washington. i don't know what they are doing in the house and the senate. there's this proposal and bill and committee here and there. but i know what is happeningç here. but there aren't any house members here and senate members here. and i can tell you one piece of information here in the state of connecticut where the house and the senate passed universal health care for every citizen in connecticut and the governor vetoed it. the public option in this state overwhelmingly pulls way. but in washington, joe lieberman, not only is he not here tonight, but he's against the public option in the private sector. so as a broadcaster, i'm confused. i don't understand the disconnect. but i did understand that lady today when she looked at me in the eye and said, i just want to thank you and msnbc for being here. because if i didn't get this lump in my neck checked out, i don't know what would have happened. now, americans, we can give all of the analysis in the world about what happened in massachusetts ilt tell you what is happening, washington better get it.
washington y lo otro es la visita el meeting en el banco mundial el dia de maÑana y el dia jueves con la seÑora hillary clinton en su gira por washington el presidente de guatemala vino a cumplir su promesa de campaÑa cortar el liston inaugural de la nueva sede consular que cuenta con una mayor capacidad de atencion a los guatemaltecos definitivamente nuestros paises de de acercarse a su gente fuera del pais dando servicios humanitarios como el servicio consulares el servicio normales de un gobierno un centro moderno de computo y 7 funcionarios estaran laborando en el nuevo consulado ubicado en el 8124 georgia avenue en silver spring maryland a cargo del consul rolando chacon esperamos esta noche empecemos un proceso historico porque no habiamos tenido un consulado general en el area metropolitana y asi podemos servir a la ciudadania con la danza de rey quiche grupos de indigenas guatemaltecos daban la bienvenida al presidente invitandolo a que ayude mas a sus comp
and washington. earlier today president obama held a bipartisan health care summit with top congressional leaders in washington. the seven hour meeting designed to reach a legislative compromise comes at a critical point for the president's top domestic priority. polls show eroding support for pending reform proposals and supported waivering among democrats in congress. the partisan divide on this issue is apparent today in exchanges between lawmakers. >> we don't think all the answers lie in washington regulating all of this. so the problem with the approach we're seeing that you're offering which i do believe, senator, is very different than what we're saying, is we don't want to have to sit in washington and mandate all of these things so what you are-- is you are defining exactly what kind of health insurance people can have. you're mandating them to buy the kind of health insurance. >> people are angry. we promised them change in washington. and what we got was a process that you and i both said we would change in washington. >> let me just make this point john. because we're not campaigning
the warning is in effect for the who metro region this morning. good morning, washington. thank you for joining us for this early edition. >> we will be checking in with brian in moment. schools in the washington district are closed today. the government buildings are closed. >> charles, at around zero counties are closed. >> and gary county is closed. >> alexandria city, arlington, fairfax, -- >> madison county and king george county are closed. >> manassas county is also osed. >> rappahannock county and shenandoah schools are also closed. we can just predict that these will be closed for the rest of the week. >> even if there was not another snowstorm, looking at some of the side streets across the neighborhood -- i would not have been able to go through if i was not in a humvee. we are navigating these areas in virginia and this will be another major storm coming to this area during the afternoon. this will be with us all the way through most of wednesday. 26 degrees right now downtown, 16 degrees in fredericksburg. let's see what we can find on stormscan. we have one storm that
and the politics of terror. tonight on "washington week with gwen ifill." >> one of the lingering problems in our financial markets, however, is access to credit for small businesses. this is why in this budget -- >> no, no, no, you can't make that type of statement with any legitimacy. >> fireworks at a budget hearing? fresh signs of broad zpwrimets in washington over -- disagreements in washington over spending in debt. >> we can't continue to spend as it if they don't have consequences. gwen: the balance of power and politics. >> that's part of the problem, bipartisanship. it's always 60-40. >> over who gets to serve his or her country. >> i can't escape being troumed by the fact that we have in place a policy which forces young men and women to lie about who they are in order to defend their fellow citizens. gwen: and over who gets prosecuted for terrorism and how. >> i believe it is inappropriate to give the mastermind of 9/11 full constitutional rights of an american citizen. gwen: washington at war. we sort it through it all with the reporters for the week. jackie calmes of the "new york t
lo hablaremos en el estudio. hoy en agenda washington. estaremos hablando sobre la violencia domestico e intrafamiliar. >>> es usted víctima de está grave situación en su hogar? >>> sabe dónde buscar ayuda. >>> lo hablaremos en el estudio agenda washington. laudcio y bienvenidos a agenda washington le habla mario sol. >>> la violencia domestico es uno de los grandes problema de nuestro sociedad. >>> según estadístico es la mayor causa de lesiones y muerto entre las mujeres de los estados unidos. desafortunado la desa tifngente confirmar que violencia domestico entre intrafamiliar es una actuación común en los hogares estadounidense. >>> lo que significa un grf problema de carácter social legal y salud público. >>> seguro el departamento de salud y servicio social las mujeres representan el 85 % de víctima y quienes sostienen que cada año 4, 8 millones de mujer son víctima de vi violación y bs físico y aunque afectado son les mujeres niños incluso hombres también sufren consecuenciaáz de abuso doá:ico e infra familiar. >>> entre manifestación común son niv
chocolate so addictive. january moore is the owner of washington's "j. chocolatetier." >> it's always a good reaction. everyone loves chocolate. >> so on this valentine's day, embrace the endorphin rush and eat some love with someone you love. nbc news, washington. >> so all this snow that we've had over the past few eks, it did manage to bring some joy with it. for the first time since 9/11, capitol hill opened up access for sledding today. senator chris dodd petitioned for a special weaver to allow the folks to use this space for the weekend. many kids took full advantage jumping on their sleds and taking a ride. chuck bell, might we be seeing more snow on the ski slope there over at capitol hill? >> yes. i think there's a chance that we'll see at least a little bit more snow. this is not going to be the blizzard part four. i can promise you that right now. this is going to be a relatively low snow total event if we get anything. there's still a chance, about a 30% chance that we won't even get any snow here in the washington area. take a check of it. outside on your sunday night, your wee
in new york, but much more important, a second big hit for cities like washington and baltimore. complete coverage here tonight. >>> also, what was that that woke up so many folks this morning in the midwest? turns out it was just what they thought it was. >>> rising tensions in iran. a widening crackdown and there are fears tonight something big may be coming. >>> and is it downhill for the american ski racer many said wod be the face of the vancouver olympic games? she came public today with a revelation that could end her participation. "nightly news" from snowy new york and elsewhere begins now. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening, from new york. we are alongside the famous 30 rockefeller skating rink tonight. this is the pummeling, punishing conditions tonight as a massive snowstorm bears down on the major metropolitan areas here in the east. most important cities like washington, baltimore, that are getting their second big hit in less than a week. and look at the size of this storm. our friends at the weather channel estimate before it's er, it will impac
, as well as road conditions and updates from the airport. "good morning washington" begins now. >> live in hd, this is "good morning washington" on your side. >> i am doug mckelway. >> i am alison starling. a winter storm warning is in effect today. we will have more on this in a moment. first, we want to talk about the latest school closings. >> washington schools are closed today, the government is open but the formal government is close. >> this is st. mary, and london, -- >> and garrett counties closed. falls church, fairfax. >> spottsylvania, madison, page. >> mannassas city and park, frederick, closed. >> rappahannock schools are closed. berkley in west virginia,lso closed. this is unprecedented. i haveever seen anything like this. >> if we do get snowfall that is predicted -- this will be the snowiest winter on record. >> this is ever since the 1800's. we are going to break the record and then some. it is 5:01 and we're getting ready for another major winter system. we have a few systems going east, and this will bring a lot of snowfall. we are at 13 degrees, 10 degrees downtown
hours. "good morning washington" continues right now. -- the popular panda ships out. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >>> good morning, washington. i'm julie parker. >> and i am alison starling. thank you for joining us. we do have a few school delay is to pass along this morning. >>> so, brian, we have to check in on the latest of the storm. >> people are talking about this because it does look like a doozy. its a major storm. it could rival that one we had on december 19. we will have sunshine this afternoon. it will be aretty nice day. do your perhaps ahead of the storm. look at the big picture. it is gaining strength and moving eastward. it will be approaching us by tomorrow. it is chilly, 30's. not too extreme. we will call for a loss of sunshine and low 40's. not a bad-looking day. the storm watch goes into effect tomorrow morning and last through saturday night. let's talk to lisa baden. >> eastbound 66, there was a stalled car prior to the beltway but it is gone. they ha
washington, right now in the top 10 field goal percentage shooting right around 60%. >> bill: he has already got his 11th straight double double phil in this game here tonight, 12 points and 10 rebounds, to go along with three blocked shots. and in his fourth consecutive all-star game last year, the defensive player of the year, became just the fifth player in nba history to lead the league in rebounds and blocks. kareem did it, bill walton, olajuwon and bill wallace. >> the one area he still stands to improve on is his free throw shooting. you saw that one up there, his first free throw attempt, unfortunately he doesn't make a very good percentage. >> bill: jamison battles mike miller for the rebound. and for antawn his third rebound, still looking for his first point. jamison's jumper and there he is, one of five from the field, the wizards did not score in this game until the 8:36 mark of the first quarter and that was after they committed five turnovers. >> phil: they didn't get their first field goal attempt until after the four-minute mark. >> bill: carter inside, nice move, draws a fo
but essentially using washington to change the energy policy, change health care, change education, a lot of stuff like that. if health care fails-- which i think it will-- that option, which was really his offering, that's gone. so what is the sentence he is remembered? and if it's not going to be that then what is his presidency about? and i don't think he's made that transition to a post-health care world. i really liken it to the end of the cold war. but to me the options are these: he has always had even from the start of his campaign, two sides to him. there was the policy side on the campaign which was pretty conventionally democrat. but there was also the promise, which was post-partisan change the way washington works. and if he's not going to become the second new deal or the second great society with his democratic policies, then he's got to go back to the other side of him. which is changing washington. >> rose: is this as simple as running against washington, which a lot of people do to get elected and then they become consumed by what washington is. >> well, it wouldn't hurt, to be h
points? >>> hardball is next. >>> snow 40, washington 0. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews in snowy washington. leading off tonight, frozen stiff. we have snow in washington. what is missing from this picture is a snowplow. how come the country's capital can't clear its streets? is this giant snow a metaphor for a government frozen in its tracks. funny words from ben gellis who compares republicans who threaten health care to dixiecrats of the past. >>> when john boehner told president obama he should scrap plans for key efforts like health care. the president shot back you just want to kill all these bills. will tough talk get things done? three years ago today president obama announced his candidacy. dealing with change and improving america's image around the world. how is it going to? in the "politics fix." the anti-science, anti-climate change crowd is trying to make the case that the recent snowy weather proves that global warming isn't a fact. we'll get to that in the "sideshow" where it belongs. the blizzard on the east coast. winter of our disconte
times at washington. they have a fine basketball team. and that's todd mccullough, 1995 to 1999. taking turn around jump shots, and they were able to get lorenzo romar, and he brought great success. arizona and california are tied for first place at the halfway point, but just two games separate first and ninth place in the conference. our man of the week, nic wise. he had a great game in the huge win over california last sunday. derrick williams back in the game now playing with two fouls. nic wise in the meantime 0 for 3 and another star isaiah thomas, 1 for 4. >> marques: washington extending the pressure. jones, over to justin holiday. >> steve: an offensive foul. shoved off with his left arm. second foul on jamelle horne. >> marques: that's holiday taking the hit from horne. any kind of penetration, they are stepping in in the path of the dribbler, staying innen control -- in control, taking the block. >> steve: two fouls by williams, two by horne, two on wise. and he has two free throws, and his teammate has been on the side li sideline twice. >> marques: i remember nic wise on th
not have heard about already today. washington, d.c. enjoying the dubious distinction of its snowiest winter on record and we are not halfway through february. they will appreciate that achievement after the white stuff is long gone. one of the reasons things are tough, a quarter of the city's snowplows not functioning. talk about making a bad situation worse. in philadelphia, the city of brotherly love, not loving this. school is out, businesses are closed and still more to come. in new york the snow continues to come down, ramping up in time for the drive home this evening. the good news by tomorrow morning the sun will be shining. i am dylan ratigan. that does it for us. "hardball" is up right now. >>> snow 40, washington 0. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews in snowy washington. leading off tonight, frozen stiff. we have snow in washington. what is missing from this picture is a snowplow. how come the country's capital can't clear its streets? is this giant snow a metaphor for a government frozen in its tracks. funny words from ben gellis who compares repu
washington." >>> and a very good morning. i am outside this morning where we're still recovering from this weekend's snow. we did not have a big blizzard. there are still some slippery spots. 21 in bethesda. 11 in manassas. some places it dippedo the single digits. there is some cold air at this boring. temperatures will climb to the mid 30's and it will allow for some melting. a little hint of snow into wednesday morning. -- we wilwe are hinting at anotr system on friday into the weekend. an active pattern. hopefully the commute is not so active. we will stick with lisa baden after this. -- we will speak with lisa baden. >> we are in good shape in virginia along 95. 66 just as the growing volume of traffic. this is 270 at falls road. plenty of headlights. newschopper 7 is looking at the beltway near andrews air force base. it is moving nicely to the wilson bridge. it has been clear from shoulder to shoulder. the exit ramp looks clear. alison and doug, back to you. >> thank you. >>> it was beyonce and taylor swift and the grammy awards were all about girl power. >> the grammy goes to
gwen: democrats and republicans jockey for position in washington, while americans at home grow increasingly disenchanted with the spectacle. we look at the fallout, tonight on "washington week." >> i understand that mcconnell and reed are out doing snow angels on the south lawn together. >> well, not exactly. >> why are we going to talk about it? >> what we need to do is start over. >> bipartisanship remains elusive on the issues of the day, including how to fix health care and how to create jobs. >> we feel that the american people need a message. the message that they need is that we're doing something about jobs. >> but as americans clearly lose patience with their government, some are lining up to capitalize on that discontent. >> how's that cheesy stuff working out for ya? >> while discontent of another type. we look at the week with the reporters covering the stories. dan balls of "the washington post," naftali bendavid of the "wall street journal"journal," janet hook of "the los angeles times," and david sanger of "the new york times." >> live from our nation's capital,
suspendido. poco a poco los areopuertos de la zona de washington tambien retornan a sus operaciones. los trenes de la capital a philadelphia y nueva york, tambien volvian a su normalidad. pero una nueva tormenta de nieve amenaza a washington y zonas de pennsylvania para el martes y miercoles. "claro que si es preocupante, sobre todo cuando han ninos, que hay que mantenerlos cientes." "la tormenta de te fin de semana ya se registra como una de las 4 mas grandes en la historia de washington. pero con las quizas hasta 10 pulgadas que podrian caer este martes. la region podria batir todos los records en cuanto a nieve en mas de un siglo, desde washington, fernandio pizarro, univision. y la tormenta continua causando estragos en la region...miles de comercios y residentes continuan sin energia electrica.. y bomberos acuden a decenas de llamadas de emergencia... miles de residentes siguen sin energia electrica... pepco reporto cerca de 40-mil usuarios y la mayoria en el Ñ pequeños negocios" l
like you. thank you. >> lehrer: there was new evidence today of rising public anger at washington. it comes as the midterm election year begins in earnest. judy woodruff has the story. >> woodruff: the nation's capital was frozen in place for real this week after the second blizzard in only six days. but around the country, growing unhappiness with washington has been heating up for some time. it was illustrated this week in a raft of polls, from "the washington post" and abc news, and "the new york times" partnering with cbs news; and, most recently, today from the pew research center. it found approval ratings for president obama have steadied at 49% after falling for most of last year. ratings for his party kept sliding. just 48% of americans gave democrats a favorable rating, down 14 points from a year ago. but for the first time in years, republicans almost equaled the democrats, at 46% favorable, up six points from a year ago. the president has said people are frustrated at partisan gridlock, and his spokesman, robert gibbs, reinforced the point today. >> look, i can underst
washington for the british broadcasting corporation. bob woodward is an editor for the "washington post." gloria borger works for cnn and john heilemann works for "new york magazine." first up, what an amazing snow week we have had here in washington. it's been a week of gridlock on the streets and in congress was simply shut down. it's reminiscent of 1995 when there was also a blizzard and political gridlock during that government shutdown. president clinton was frustrated that newt gingrich's forces wouldn't consider compromise. >> i think it's important that all of you understand here, you got a group of people in my judgment that do not represent the majority in the house of representatives and not the majority of opinion of republicans in america who are prepared to shut the entire government down unless we agree with their priorities. that's what's going on. chris: president obama has that same frustration. republicans unwilling to compromise. >> bipartisanship cannot mean simply that democrats give up everything that they believe in, find a handful of things that republicans have
to visit washington and meet the exchange rates. each individual issue increase it is friction between these two superpowers. together they are puting the relationship under serious strain. today china's foreign ministry spokesman rejected washington's criticism of its trade and currency policy. >> trade cooperation between the u.s. and china is mutually beneficial and has brought genuine benefit to the people of both countries, and we hope the u.s. sees the problem with the trade objectionably around reasonnably and continues to negotiate on a reasonable basis. ackzages and pressure do not help stolve problem. >> thank you, guys. thank you. >> president obama had earlier made clear he pns to do more to address what he sees as washington's unbalanced trade relationship with beijing. >> so the approach we're taking is to try to get much tougher about enforcement on existing rules putting con assistant pressure on china and other countrys to open up their market ins resip areical ways. >> trade between the china and u.s. are s nothing new and some say both depoths are directing these tou
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